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God breeze

God breeze n. a commonplace epiphany or revelation (attributed to divine influence). Editorial Note: A similar word is theopneusty, meaning “divine inspiration” and coming from the Greek word for “God” and “breathe.” Etymological Note: According to several non-authoritative sources, perhaps originally a translation of the Hebrew for “holy ghost.” (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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